Hey all, I just joined the forum this afternoon after reading some threads on the WR250X and DRZ400SM. I've been riding for about 8 years. I've owned a GS500, a ZRX1200R, a Honda F4, a BMW R1150R and a few problematic older bikes. During a rough patch I sold my BMW and went bikeless for 2 years of spotty employment, and a few months ago I was finally able to get back into a place where I could own a bike again. So I bought an SV1000 in very nice shape with great suspension, and expensive intake/exhaust upgrades for a bargain price. It's reasonably handsome, sounds nice, lays down nearly 110hp at the rear wheel, and I'm not having much fun on it. I'm realizing it's just not a good fit, and I'm never using anything close to its full potential, and I'd rather ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow. Enter the Supermoto. I've been researching the DRZ400SM and the WR250X and it seems that they're pretty much in the same class. The WR250 I understand has fresher tech, FI, more gears, is slightly lighter, while the DRZ400 has slightly dated tech but a gruntier engine, better fuel economy and is a great all-around package as well. If I can sell the SV, I only anticipate being able to get $3,500 for it, which is what I'll have to work with. I ride daily around town, but also do 50-75 mile freeway jaunts to visit friends. I'd still like to be able to do the occasional 300-mile Sunday group ride (these usually include 50 total miles of expressway riding, the rest being twisty backroads and rural highways). For solo riding and group rides in the twisties, I see no problem with owning one of these. I'm afraid I won't be able to keep up with the VFR's and Triumphs and Ducati on the highway portions, and also fear that the teensy gas tank won't last the 100 miles they usually go between filling stations. TL;DR: What would you Supermoto guys do if you had $3,500 to spend and had to choose only one bike to do everything?